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The Directors: Ashley Armitage

The Directors: Ashley Armitage

PRETTYBIRD director Ashley chats humour in scripts, being visual first and being passionate about beauty work

Douglas Hart Captures Dreamy Scenes of Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth for Avant Garde Video  

Douglas Hart Captures Dreamy Scenes of Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth for Avant Garde Video  

PRETTYBIRD'S Douglas directs existential promo for Bobby’s latest track ‘Remember we were Lovers’ 

Mixed Feelings: Can We Talk about Intersectionality for a Second?

Mixed Feelings: Can We Talk about Intersectionality for a Second?

Brands need to stop putting people into vague boxes and actually start understanding their markets with a more intersectional approach, suggests Prettybird’s UK head of new business Mia Powell

Anthemic Barbie and Milk Honey Bees Spot is a Rallying Cry for Young Black Girls

Anthemic Barbie and Milk Honey Bees Spot is a Rallying Cry for Young Black Girls

PRETTYBIRD's Eloise King directs IWD spot celebrating girlhood and girls' limitless potential

Mixed Feelings: The Myth of the Lunch Break

Mixed Feelings: The Myth of the Lunch Break

Prettybird’s UK head of new business Mia Powell considers the cultural pressures in adland that contribute to widespread burnout, and how she’s personally working to curb her workaholism

Mixed Feelings: Tokenism vs Authenticity

Mixed Feelings: Tokenism vs Authenticity

For a few moments in 2020 it looked like advertising was going to change how it represents and works with Black people. In her new column, Prettybird’s UK head of new business Mia Powell considers how they might do that without commodifying people